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clinton invoking the nazas. did she go too far? >> secretary of state john kerry as well as president obama scheduled to speak this hour. kerry after his meeting with the russian foreign minster. obama is at an event in connecticut where he could make remarks on ukraine and we will bring you both of those events live when they begin. u.s. officials like to say all options are on the table when it comes to the crisis in ukraine and how they are going to deal with russia. what does that mean exactly. sanctions, yes. what about the military. chuck hagel testified before the services committee who is peppered with questions about the pentagon's response to the crisis in ukraine. >> i think everyone knows and in particular i know senator mccain was in ukraine and studied from leadership. it's a time for all of us to stand in support of the territorial integrity and we are doing that. >> secretary hagel is talking about suspending military exercises and stepping up joint training in poland and stepping up from the police commission. the question is, is this enough to take the u.s. seriously
clinton, a lot was done during election years, things like welfare reform, balanced budgets and things like that. i think we can. >> do you have a favorite for the nominee for 2016? would you consider it? >> among the democrats or among the republicans. >> who do you like in the democrats? >> look, i don't know what they're going to end up with. i don't think it's going necessarily going to be hillary clinton. >> really? >> yes. i think there's a populous element in the party that's going to likely give her a run for her money in a primary should she run. our side it's going to be wide open. we have a lot of great candidates who have talked about running. i want to get through 2014 first. that's my focus. getting the majority in the united states senate i think changes the dynamic in this town. it enables us to get work done. i believe it will get the president to come to the table and work with us on some of these pro-growth policies we talked about that are desperately needed. it creates momentum for 2016 for republicans. >> is it wide open, is that different than it was before? chri
acting in a way, very, very rapidly. it reminds me, remember, when bill clinton said wait a minute, i have to wonder what a bunch of bond guys think about my health care plan? maybe one of those similar moments. we have to wait and see. joe in. >> all right, michelle. it affects his people, not him as much. he'll still be worth $100 billion. that's a very good question to bring up. we'll get back out now to becky. we can continue to talk to warren about ukraine or -- what was last night? i didn't see anything. did you get to watch? how did tina fey and oamy poehlr do? >> it was ellen last night. i didn't watch either but i think it was ellen. >> oh, okay. tina fey and amy poehler were not that -- it was ellen? i love ellen. i didn't know that. i was at a hockey -- >> it was a late night. i was busy getting ready for this. >> ellen degeneres? i feel silly. i feel -- wow. that's embarrassing. >> i'm really glad i read the story this morning so i knew that you were pulling my leg on this, because it may have gone over my head pretty easily. oh, yeah, they were fantastic. i thought they w
to school together. he was democrat of operative with clinton. so this guy to move up is to say, wait a second, i'm sure say some say is it business as usual? a guy who devised how people think about microsoft moves higher, not lower? to me sounds like maybe the change to misquote sam koch is not going to to come. >> nicely done. tesla today? >> jpmorgan we see this over and over again, the stock is overrun, using a metaphor there, jpmorgan raises price market. using 20/20 volume numbers, 20/20 foresight. instead of making 228,000, they'll make 288,000. i point out the ease which they raised $2 billion. >> one of the largest raises in quite some time. >> amazing. >> it is amazing. 1.25% on 7-year, not like they're pay you a lot of money, and up 40% on the conversion. >> this is -- i found this flabbergasting. i've got to tell you, i didn't give every single award on my friday show "mad money" to elon mu musk. i thought warren buffett would say, who's the next billionaire, i thought he might say musk. >> tesla's not done. >> one thing, target, it's not 320. >> yeah. so many bears doing
-pass it again three years later. then it was signed by president clinton and became law. and acted 20 years ago. the one thing i want to do is encourage everybody in the future that is working on this important issue -- it is important. to include all sales and background checks. you have just heard the reason why. theeral examples of it -- internet and gun shows. i want to encourage everybody that just because there's a public outcry does not mean that we are going to get a bill passed. it takes work and it takes time. it takes persistence. with that, we will win again. i have no doubt whatsoever. it will be a proud day and i want come back over here the day passes. i promise i will not leave until then. [applause] wanted me to give everybody a big hello. he is sorry he could not be here today. it is a little hard for him to travel anymore. for those of you who helped us, thank you so very much. for those of you on the brady staff, the president and everybody else who is working on --now, i see they have got we're going to win and finish the job. thank you. [applause] sarah.k you, one of the m
involving former president bill clinton's administration will be released today. the documents are expected to include confidential communications between the former president and his advisers, also may include communications with former first lady hillary rodham clinton. the documents will be released online and through the former president's library in little rock, arkansas. >>> he's already legendary in the world of sports, but lebron james just gained superhero status. lebron broke his nose in a game last week, but back thursday night wearing this. it's a solid black carbon fiber mask. looked a little bit like batman's mask. without the pointy ears. didn't seem to bother him much. went on to score 31 points in the win. >> i'm lebron man. >> well, if there is anyone out there who thinks that soccer is boring because there is not enough scoring, then this one is for you. take a look. harrison high school of georgia takes the opening kick, wastes no time and -- >> a field goal. >> yeah. 67 yards into the goal and it was 1-0 just four seconds into play. game didn't end that way, however, as
anchor for the blaze.com. kiki mclean is a democratic strategist who worked for bill and hillary clinton's campaigns and in the clinton white house. kiki, you first. is putin bullying barack obama, putting the proverbial thumb in his eye? >> well, i have to tell you, i do think there are people who are better equipped to go through the psychological profile of putin and what he means and doesn't mean by this, but he's clearly taking a stand and has been known to take stands that don't necessarily demonstrate the best interest of the people he purports to lead. i think that president obama made very clear yesterday what the united states reaction would be to that and it's important to remember that that's not a reaction in isolation. we have many allies in europe who care what's happening there. i suspect president obama will be a leader in helping making sure that we're working together with those allies. >> amy, yesterday, the president said that this was about giving people the right to govern themselves. is that what this is about, or is this about a strategic takeover of a region tha
of people claim to sleep very little including bill clinton, donald trump and martha stewart, but researchers say most of them are probably just sleep deprived and less than 1% of the population is made up of genuine short sleepers. i am definitely not one of them. i gave the whole short sleeping thing a try. i feel tired. i feel irritable and just not ready for the day. i wasn't just cranky. take a look at this reaction test. after one night of short sleep, i can't catch this pen at all. but schwanner, who's been living on four hours of sleep her entire adult life, never misses. when we tested reaction time with a 15-inch ruler, i kept getting worse. 11 inches. 12. 13. as for schwanner, she did three times better than me getting more out of life. >> four. >> reporter: -- on a lot less sleep. >> four. >> reporter: for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> are you going to try it? >> ready, josh? [ laughter ] i'm just imagining things. okay. >> it's tough, and, oh, for that for all of us. >> mara, thank you. great job. >>> hey, robin is out at the d
about it here. >> clinton cut the education programs in 1994. that was a travesty. that needs to be remedied. this week governor kwau mow was launching an rfp to return college programs in new york state. that needs to happen. the ford initiative is happening in california. >> say what cuomo is doing. >> on monday morning, they'll return the college programs from 20 years ago. that is something we've only had private funding backing that. it needs to be a public/private partnership. >> what struck me is he said if you look at the data and you educate people while they're incarcerated, they have less recidivism. let's do that rather than politicking. anyone who has ended up in prison, we give up on them forever. when we come back, we have fox news channel's bill o'reilly. he has ssthe president. it involves jay z. he was talking to valerie jarrett. it's the kind of thing we think you might want to hear. [announcer] word is getting out. purina dog chow light & healthy is a deliciously tender and crunchy kibble blend. with 20% fewer calories than purina dog chow. isn't it time y
was an assault from president yeltsin to president clinton back then. they don't meet the economic conditions, the world economy conditions. the pressure has to be ratcheted up. >> do you think president obama underestimated vladimir putin? >> it's hard to tell. putin has been playing this machiavellian game for many years, whether it's over syria, whatever it might be. now the pedal to the metal, rubber to the road, whatever it is, this is the most serious issue confronting the west vis-a-vis president putin's politics and his military mite and he's flexing it. the question is will they be able to stop this, slow it down, before there's any military action either by russia or ukraine that puts it in a much, much more difficult situation. >> you have a very important interview coming up this morning -- >> i'm going to be interviewing the former prime minister of ukraine, yulia tymoshenko, who was in prison for many years under yanukovych, who has now fled. this is what obviously caused all this trouble and see what the ukrainians are going to do because she's now released and what the ukraini
if he runs for president in 2016. there is still an open question to whether hillary clinton runs. if she doesn't, this guy becomes the odds on favorite and these guys provide the names, connections, background, to help him run for president. there is two ways to look at it, to be duped or getting kick back s from the white house if he gets in. >> it's like saying, what's the difference between a communist and a socialist? in the ends, not much difference. >> a lot of your money ends up in someone else's pockets. thanks so much. >> you bet. >>> 19 minutes after the hour. next up, abortion and prostitution being taught to high schoolers? is this the new textbook? why parents say this is crossing the line. we hear from one mom coming up. and don't believe in climate change? better switch to samsung. why apple's ceo says he doesn't want your business. >>> now some quick headlines. a missing skier is found alive in colorado after being lost in a remote wilderness for two days. crews say alex mcguiness accidentsally ended up in an out of bounds area and couldn't find his way back. crew
with the new russia. i know that our point, president clinton's, was in fact to try to figure out how to integrate the new russia into europe. it has been part of what the united states has been trying to do. i think there are many aspects to the policy, but this is a very tough time. and i think president putin needs to understand that in using force in some kind of a pretend to -- to respond to pretend provocations, i think is not the way to go about this. we want to be able to figure out how to coop rat with them. but the bottom line is, they have crossed an international line. >> from your perspective and what you're seeing play out in realtime, do you envision this getting worse before it gets better or do you think it can be diffused from this point with russia? >> well i think it can be diffus diffused, but i do think this is going to on be a long story. attention has been diverted from what is really needed in ukraine, a strong economic package, trying to help that government get ukraine back on its feet and trying to figure out how to help the people of ukraine. i am a hopefu
of decisions we made today and knowing i think hillary clinton as she runs isn't going to be on defense i'm looking forward to a fairly robust presidential race itch i hope will reallocate the need for that international affairs. we know there are competing elements in both political parties but don't want to hear that and they do want to do nationbuilding at home and i understand that argument that i think we need a rebalancing on that one as well. in summary, president obama has a better foreign-policy than he himself acknowledges, and he should actually based the ukraine policy on the need to prove that america is re- engaging because the state skier i think are simply too high, and the risk of making the wrong decision to hire to use ukraine as a litmus test for leadership to fix serious policy and then he made ukraine on its own merits. point number two and this is intended as an attempt to get at the worldview of vladimir putin and it's been haunting me the last couple days so i'm going to burden you with my view what is the analogy for putin? in american foreign policy to what he's
families in american politics. the bushes, the kennedys, and the clintons. someone thought was she saying jeb shouldn't run for president? i had to ask her a little bit about jeb. she's very clear about where she stands on him running. listen. >> i don't know if you read "the new york times," but "new york times" maureen dowd had a column and the headlines was "brace yourself for hillary and jeb." >> i did see that and i thought anything to make news. >> is it okay with you if he ran? >> it has nothing to do with me. it just seems to me ridiculous in a country this size that we didn't have other families. i mean, we've got great governors, other people. i just don't understand it. and maybe jeb's given all he should give. because he worked awfully hard for a long time. but he is the best qualified person in the country; there is no question about that. put me down as saying that. >> so i've got a feeling if he runs, you would vote for him? >> of course i would. >> just checking. >> in the primary and the general, she went on to say. >> wise perspective there. >> really. she also said she
clinton. [applause] but i digress. now, as you heard from my friend, jeff lord, gerald ford to a very weak democratic candidate named jimmy carter. to win in 1980 and in 1984 to my two of the biggest landslides in modern history -- i would remind karl , the popular vote and the electoral college. [applause] having campaigned personally for reagan in 1976 and in 1980, i want you to listen to me. i feel certain he would be enormously proud of you. in fact, i bet he would have been thrilled to stand before you right here and thank you for all you are doing, and all you , and congratulate you on this fifth anniversary of the tea party. is appropriate to end my comments with a truism from president reagan, which is the last paragraph of my book, "liberty and tyranny," which most of you have heard by now, but i will repeat it anyway for those who have not. reagan wrote and said this many times. freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. ourid not pass it to children in the bloodstream. it must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same. or one day we wil
from moscow. >>> you saw maureen dowd over the weekend, bush versus clinton, saying that that's going to happen. years from now, it could still be another bush. george p. bush won in texas. >> he did. >> good for texas. he's a guest host that comes on. we need him to come now. he won. >>> coming up, more from honeywe honeywell, chairman and ceo dave cody, who looks really happy, right? >> i generally am. >> today is a good day. >> right. >> and later, a rare interview with glenn dubin. he'll talk markets, the economy and how he's helping the fight, fund the fight against breast cancer. first, find out why facebook is bankrolling a full-time beat cop. that story next. ♪ geico motorcycle. see how much you could save. [ girl ] my mom, she makes underwater fans that are powered by the moon. ♪ she can print amazing things, right from her computer. [ whirring ] [ train whistle blows ] she makes trains that are friends with trees. ♪ my mom works at ge. ♪ became big business overnight? ♪ like, really big... then expanded? ♪ or their new product tanked? ♪ or not? what if they emb
for it but not complete responsibility for it. some of hillary clinton's people were involved in that -- in the changing of the talking points. the white house seems to -- there seems to be a clear line that the white house was not involved, but that, to me, is not believable. >> right. congressman, let me jump in here. the statement mike morell gave to fox, he says, quote, i stand behind what i've said to you and testified to congress about the talking point issue. neither the agency, the analysts, nor i cooked the books in any way. but congressman, the talking points were changed. susan rice was giving false talking points to go deliver on five talk shows a couple days after the terrorist attack. someone has to be responsible for this. >> well, susan rice, that's a whole other story. anybody that has half a brain knows that she just flat-out lied. that's without question. we knew after so much time had passed that there was no question this was a terrorist attack. as it relates to mike morell, this is a guy who spent his whole career working for the government. he's a stand-up guy. if i were him, i th
the administration. secretary kerry, secretary clinton. preparing the way for all of this. and the leadership of the countries involved that we have this joint sanctions regime in place for these negotiations. >> madam leader, last couple weeks, certainly the last couple dice taste some your very closest friends in this body have announced their retirement. mr. dingell, mr. waxman, mr. andrews is leaving. i wonder if so many people leaving after this congress, or during it, makes you re-evaluate how long you'll stay here. >> no it doesn't. it's very sad these people are leaving. they are fabulous, their legislative records, mr. dingell, mr. waxman, mr. miller, legislative virtue owe sews -- irtueo sews -- virtueo sows. rush holt, rob andrews from new jersey, fabulous hems of congress. god bless them. george miller, mr. waxman they have been here 40 years each. they want to go do something else or go home. mr. dingell, i think by the time he leaves it will be 59 years. no. they go with their pace. gi at my. we miss them. they are fabulous. there's the pot and lots of people are very excited ab
right, dylan. thanks. >>> with former secretary of state hillary clinton possibly pondering a potential run for president, thousands of pages of previously confidential documents from her husband's time in office were released on friday, offering a candid look at role she played back then. so, could that affect her future? kristen welker has the very latest for us this morning. kristen, good morning. >> reporter: erica, good morning to you. the national archives released about 4,000 pages of documents which include memos from the clinton white house on topics including health care, the u.s. economy and also the first lady's image. there's no doubt these documents will be heavily scrutinized as the former secretary of state, hillary clinton, considers running in 2016. known for her no-nonsense titude, hillary clinton's image was a source of political discussion during her husband's administration. according to the bill clinton-era documents released friday, there was an effort by the then first lady's staff to soften her in the public's eye. the documents show her press secretary suggest
in 1994 that president clinton signed the brady bill. this introduced a waiting period and background check for some prospective gun buyers. the bill was named after james brady, the white house press secretary who was shot during the 1981 assassination attempt against ronald reagan. today brady's wife, sara, will be on capitol hill to call on tighter gun-control laws. >>> the man who tried to assassinate reagan will soon spend less time in a d.c. psychiatric hospital. according to the "washington post," john hinckley jr. will be allowed as many as 17 days a month to live with his mother in williamsburg starting in march. he would also be allowed to drive unaccompanied in williamsburg as long as he is going to treatment, work, or preapproved activities. his lawyer says there is no reason to fear him. >>> a pedicure lands a local man in the hospital for weeks. ahead, his warning on what you need to look out for to make sure you're safe at the salon. >>> ahead, new proof on just how expensive it is to raise a family. what parents are spending each month on their children. >>> man, we ar
clinton had made statements urging passage of a hate crime bill that was stalled in congress. let me just say a tiny bit about the context. the attack on matthew shepard happened just four months after the dragging death of james bird junior in jasper texas so there was a hate crime bill that was stalled in congress at the time this attack on matthew happened here in laramie. i will go back to my arrival here. i arrived in the courthouse and asked to look at documents and you know reams of paper and egg files came out and i started to go through those records and take notes during this first trip. i was fortunate that day cal rerucha was walking around the county attorney's office and i had recognized him because i had seen them in the news stories and i just approached them and i said would you talk with me for a few minutes about the case? he agreed and i went into his office and we spoke that first day for about 45 minutes. it was very clear that he was sizing up my intentions not just them but in the months that followed. he told me he wanted nothing to do with anything that would inf
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